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Remember La Cafetiere on the rue Mazarine?

lrk72 Jun 23, 2007 10:13 PM

Did anyone eat there and love the chicken (poulet diable??) and know how it was made? It was the best and I am afraid it was lost with the restaurant closing around 10 years ago.

  1. j
    jouesdeveau Feb 19, 2014 06:59 AM

    My favorite at Aux Trois Marmites on Mazarine was their Pot-au-Feu with marrow bones. But that was back around 1980. Too bad it's gone.

    1. souphie Jun 25, 2007 07:18 AM

      Don't know, but was it a Poulet "à la diable" (could mean that it was cooked in a clay pot called a diable)? How did it look? How did it taste?

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      1. re: souphie
        Dodo Jun 25, 2007 08:47 AM

        If you read French, you can google 'poulet-a-la-diable' with Google France (www.google.fr) and you will come up with tons of recipes (usually most of them pretty similar). Use a translation engine for translation. The recipe(s) doesn't sound all that difficult.

      2. d
        Dodo Jun 25, 2007 06:49 AM

        Well, I do remember La Cafetière. However, I don't think I ever had the poulet diable. Sad to see beloved places go... just like another favourite of mine Les Trois Marmites located on Rue Mazarine as well (nothing to do with the one with a similar name in the 20th arr.) But that's years back.

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